You're a man. You get things done. But first you need fuel to get you through a day in the yard, the workshop, or the woodshed. Breakfast sausage was made for you.
Great breakfast burritos for serving yourself, family or a large gathering. Recipe can be easily cut in half or doubled. Burritos are also easily frozen and re-heated for an instant homemade breakfast.
In a recent trip to San Francisco, my brother and I frequented a restaurant in the Haight District for breakfast. The inspiration for this came from that trip. Very simple. Serve warm over eggs or as a side with eggs. Great with Eggbeaters(R) omelets, or use as a side, a topping (for eggs, omelets) or an ingredient. Hope you enjoy.
Enjoy this delicious Southern breakfast treat! Buttermilk biscuits drenched in thick sausage gravy.
This is a wonderfully fast and delicious way to make yourself this favorite dish. Although you can spice this to taste, all of the basic spices are already in the ingredients. I use fresh store-bough biscuits. The markets near me make these fresh every day and even have buttermilk biscuits available as well. This should make enough for 8 servings of one biscuit each with gravy. For me this serves four hungry folks!
This recipe is from my restaurant. I never substitute any of these ingredients. For example, never substitute margarine for butter for this recipe. If you don't have butter, go get butter. Serve over fresh-made biscuits. (As this is a non-dairy product, use no milk while reheating.) I had to enter a number of servings (75) in order to submit my recipe... By all means, this can be changed.
My wife and I love eating Mexican so I came up with this recipe so that we could have a little more variety in our morning meals. We are busy people and don't have time to make elaborate meals in the morning. In the past we have bought frozen breakfast burritos, but they are not very tasty and I knew they could be improved upon. This recipe will make a large batch of the burrito fixins that you can freeze, or store in the refrigerator so that you can make great breakfast burritos whenever you please.
Egg burritos with a pancake used as a tortilla.
Green Chili is very popular where I live in New Mexico, you can find it in almost anything. I decided to pair up our state's famous green chili with eggs and cheese for a delicious breakfast burrito. As a nod to our neighbor state, Texas, I added jalapenos which gave the burritos a great kick. It's perfect "man" food for breakfast - it fills you up, has some heat, and doesn't take all day to prepare. Also, this breakfast is portable, wrap them tightly in foil and you are good to go!
Not just deep-fried eggs. Eggs deep-fried with a sausage crust. Usually eaten for breakfast. Now that's how you start your day.
If you have time, the right tools and supplies, you can make anything. A bookcase, a crib, or even fresh sausage.
Here is a gravy that is hearty and filling, goes a long way and is very nearly a meal in itself. Definitely NOT Lo-Cal!
Ground pork and spices. Apart, they are nothing. Together, they are a delicious and very simple quick breakfast.
This is a basic recipe for breakfast burritos that is cheap and perfect for college (which is where I made it). There's almost nothing Mexican about it, other than the fact that there's tortillas involved, but I like it.
A healthier alternative to certain fast food chain and store bought versions, while still offering great taste, excellent health, and ease in making. I made this on a whim for my pregnant vegetarian wife and now we love to enjoy them anytime.
Appetizers, army-style. Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
Prepared macaroni and cheese is the crust for this pizza. We repeat: MACARONI AND CHEESE IS THE CRUST FOR THIS PIZZA. Wow everyone with this incredible--and let's be honest, completely unhealthy--pizza.
I make this recipe every Sunday morning, and there's never any left over. Not in the mood for burritos? Eat it as a scramble.
Classic Irish comfort food. This potato and sausage (called "rashers" by the Irish) was a favorite of author Jonathan Swift. It's no Lilliputian meal, though, not with 2 pounds of meat and 2 pounds of potatoes.